The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that works with U.S. leaders to improve their response to the global poverty crisis. In this blog post from June 5, 2014, the Project highlights Fistula Foundation’s ability to make a significant difference as a result of our efficiency and focus.
7 Things That Make Global Poverty NGOs Successful
5 June 2014
When it comes to what makes an aid organization truly successful, we usually think first about the numbers and the flashy website. How many children in rural areas get an education thanks to this organization? How many mosquito nets are being handed out to curb malaria? And how fancy is that all-important website?
All this is important, at least to a degree. But we often neglect to consider what is behind the scenes. We forget about the fundamental structure that makes global poverty NGOs effective or not. In order to be successful, NGOs must…